The Union of Democrats and Independents, a centrist, liberal political party in France, has announced  that a parliamentary commission of inquiry will be established to investigate the brutal murder of French Jewish citizen Sarah Halimi, who was thrown from her apartment window by her neighbor Kabili Troare in 2018.

 In France, every political party is allowed one opportunity per year to initiate a parliamentary commission of inquiry, and the UDI, as stated, chose to use exercise that right to expose the truth surrounding the incident.

In April, a French court ruled that Troare would not have to stand trial because of his mental state during the crime owing to drugs he had taken earlier. The ruling  led to an outcry among Jews in France.

KAN's Mark Weiss spoke with Robert Ejnes  the Executive  Director  of CRIF, the umbrella org of the French Jewish community.